Internship & Off-Campus Study

What academic opportunities exist beyond the standard curriculum? Internships encourage students to apply classroom learning to real life situations in business, communications, government, law, the sciences, and many other fields. Most departments aid students in identifying and structuring internship experiences; all internships done for credit must be developed by the student, a faculty advisor, and an on-site supervisor and approved in advance. Although most internships are not paid positions, the experience gained is quite valuable in itself. Another worthwhile academic experience is off-campus study.

With help from the Study Abroad Office, a student may select a semester program as near as Philadelphia or Washington, D.C., or in any country around the world. The College has affiliated programs in Argentina, Australia, England, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Northern Ireland, New Zealand, Spain, and Sweden.